Join us for a day of art workshops at Midland Junction Arts Centre with artist Bina Butcher and two of Curtin’s graduating fine artists Hamide Kocer and Rose Fetwadjieff.
Learn how to use the sun in printmaking to create your own cyanotype prints with Bina and join Hamide Kocer and Rose Fetwadjieff and learn how to stitch, embroider, and collage with textiles on your own fabric banner.
Tickets are $65, with all materials supplied. These beginner-friendly workshops are open to the public and suitable for all ages.
When: Saturday, 11 September | 11:00 am – 3:30 pm
Where: Midland Junction Arts Centre, 276 Great Eastern Highway
This is a fundraising event with all proceeds going towards the end of year Curtin Fine Art Degree Show.
The Degree Show is the largest showcase of graduating tertiary student work in Western Australia and is entirely student-run, facilitated by fundraising events such as this.
Who are the artists?
Bina Butcher is an established printmaker in the Perth art community. She primarily explores the expanded field of printmaking, including photography, video, sound and sculpture.
Hamide Kocer is a third year Fine Art student at Curtin who works predominantly with textiles, hand sewing techniques and painting.
Rose Fetwadjieff is a third year Fine Art student at Curtin who works predominantly with printmaking, textiles and garment making.
To register for the event, buy your tickets on Eventbrite